Availability of Public Records:
Hours for Inspection of Public Records: Public records are available for inspection and copying at Columbia Public Transportation Authority.
Hours of Inspection: 9AM to 2PM Monday thru Friday (excluding legal holidays)
Records must be inspected at the offices of:
Columbia County Public Transportation
507 West Cameron Street
Dayton, WA 99328
Cost of Providing Copies of Public Records:
1. Cost for Paper Copies: There is no fee for inspecting public records. A requestor may obtain standard black and white photocopies for .15 cents per page. Color copies are not available.
2. Before beginning to make the copies, the public records officer or designee may require a deposit of up to ten percent (10%) of the estimated cost of copying all of the records selected by the requestor. The public records officer or designee may also require the payment of the remainder of the copying costs before providing all the records or the payment of the cost of copying in installments before providing that installment. Columbia County Public Transportation Authority will not charge sales tax when it makes copies of public records.
3. Cost of Electronic Records: The cost of electronic records shall be $2.00 for each 400 mb's of information on a CD or DVD with a minimum charge of $2.00 for information on a CD or DVD. Records that are requested through email will be charged out the same as paper copies if the emails need to be scanned. In the event of a very large request, the the Public Records Officer may suggest to the requestor that some type of flash drive may better facilitate their request and CCPT will provide that flash drive and bill the requestor for that flash drive at cost. Under no circumstances will Columbia County Public Transportation accept any media storage device provided by the requestor.
4. Costs of Mailing: Columbia County Public Transportation Authority may also charge actual costs of mailing, including the cost of the shipping container.
5.Payment: Payment may be made by cash, check, or money order to Columbia County Public Transportation Authority.